Question about GPS
There should be a full model number after the 130HP, for example:
130HP E LM B
The first letter will be E for English display, J for Japanese display.
The second two letters define the frequency or frequencies for the transducer:
K = 200KHz
L = 70KHz
M = 50KHz
N = 28KHz
W = other
So, if your model number has LM in that part, then you have a 50/75 dual frequency model, and you can select one or the other frequency in the on-screen setup.
If you DON'T have LM in that part of the model number, then your model isn't built to support those frequencies, and it's more than a simple rewiring to change it.
Posted on Feb 02, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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